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between, say, 100,000 and $350,000 a year living in new york, san francisco, los angeles and so on, those are actually key democratic constituents, key democratic funders and so on. so i think there's always been a bit for resistant to tax increases among democratic politicians than you'd sometimes hear. and i think that could be a problem fr the democrats down the line because in the end, if you're going to preserve the government we have in the form the democrats like, they're going to have to raise taxes on somebody besides the people they're raising taxes on tonight. >> hey, ross, thanks very much for coming in. >> sure, thanks so much, wolf. >> and coming up, i'll ask my panel of political all-stars who comes out on top in this messy chapter of american politics. >>> cbo has already said 3.967, in other words, $4 trillion will be added to the debt over ten years with this tax cut unless we do some spending cuts to help offset it. right now the president's still in a spending mood. we need to get him in a savings mood. >> that's republican congressman darrell issa of california
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